Faculty and ResearchExpert Guide

Marc Weinstein

Marc Weinstein

Director, MS in Human Resource Management

Clinical Professor
Department of Global Leadership and Management

College of Business
Florida International University

Modesto A. Maidique Campus
11200 S.W. 8th St, MANGO 465
Miami, FL 33199

(305) 348-4952


  • PhD, Human Resources
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Master, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
    Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, California
  • Bachelor of Arts, Eastern European Studies
    University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, California

Areas of Expertise

  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Labor-Management Relations
  • Organizational Wellness

Professional Activities

Marc Weinstein, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996) is Clinical Professor of Management at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.  Dr. Weinstein specializes in the areas of occupational safety and health and employee wellness. He has published in a wide range of journals including Applied Ergonomics, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Management Research, International Journal of Occupational Environmental Health and The Journal of Construction and Engineering Management. He has also been the recipient of numerous grants and research awards from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and has consulted with numerous companies and governmental organizations in the areas of labor/management relations and occupational safety and health.  In addition to this research activity, Dr. Weinstein has received recognition for his classroom teaching and is the recipient of Blackboard’s 2013 Director’s Choice Award for innovation in on-line education. Dr. Weinstein is Director of College Relations for Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management, and is the Faculty Advisor for the FIU Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management.  

Courses Taught

  • Business Ethics
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Computer Based Training
  • Consulting as an Adult Education/HRD Process
  • Human Resource Management
  • Human Resource Management Internship
  • International Business
  • International Human Resource Management
  • International Human Resources
  • Internship in Adult Education or Human Resource Development
  • Labor Issues and Conflict Management
  • Organizational Processes that Deliver Economic and
  • Special Topics in Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Study Abroad in International Business
  • Wellness Management

Refereed Journal Articles

Weinstein, M. G., Blanchard, J., & Rojas, F. (2021). Substance use, sexual violence, and the culture surrounding college sports: What can Clery data tell us? Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics. (In Press)

Glass, N., Anger, K., Campbell, J., & Weinstein, M. (2017). Computer-Based Training (CBT) Intervention Reduces Workplace Violence and Harassment for Homecare Workers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine.

Weinstein, M., Susi, P., & Goldberg, M. (2016). The Power of Local Action in Occupational Health: The Adoption of Local Exhaust Ventilation in the Chicago Tuckpointing Trade. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health.

Restrepo, M., Weinstein, M., & Reio, T. (2015). Job Structure and Organizational Burnout: A Study of Public School Bus Drivers, bus aides, mechanics, and clerical workers. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.

Obloj, K., Weinstein, M., & Zhang, S. (2013). Self-Limiting Dominant Logic: An Exploratory Study of Chinese Entrepreneurial Firms. Journal of East-West Business, 19(4).

Naikaishi, L., Moss, H., Weinstein, M., Perrin, N., & Rose, N. (2012). Exploring workplace violence among homecare workers in a consumer-driven home healthcare program. Workplace Health and Safety.

Samuel, L. J., Tudor, C., Weinstein, M., Moss, H., & Glass, N. (2011). Employers’ perceptions of intimate partner violence among a diverse workforce. Safety and Health at Work, 2(3).

Weinstein, M., & Shuck, B. (2011). Social ecology and individual training and development. Human Resource Development Review, 10(3).

Weinstein, M., & Shuck, B. (2011). Social ecology and worksite training and development: Introducing the social in instructional system design. Human Resource Development Review, 10(3).

Hess, J., Weinstein, M., & Welch, L. (2010). Ergonomic solutions in masonry: Regional differences, benefits and barriers, and recommendations for dissemination. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 7(6).

Pissaris, S., Weinstein, M., & Stephan, J. (2010). The influence of cognitive simplification processes on the CEO succession decision. Journal of Managerial Research, 10(2).

Weinstein, M., & Standifird, S. (2010). The advent of the internet and the on-line book trade: The role of managerial cognition and the liability of experience. Academy of Strategic Management Journal, 9(1).

Nissen, B., Angee, A., & Weinstein, M. (2008). Immigrant construction workers and health and safety: The south Florida experience. Labor Studies Journal, 33(1).

Hess, J., & Weinstein, M. (2007). Innovations reduce injury: Equipment materials, and work practices are available to protect masons. Masonry Construction, 20(8).

Standifird, S., & Weinstein, M. (2007). The transaction cost economics of market-based exchange: The impact of reputation and third party verification agencies. International Journal of the Economics of Business, 14(3).

Weinstein, M. (2007). Creating safer work environments with toxic genomics research: Worker protection, consultation, and consent. Pharmacogenomics, 8(3).

Weinstein, M., & Standifird, S. (2007). There is nothing so practical as a good theory: A roadmap to diffuse ergonomic innovations in the construction industry. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 13.


Weinstein, M., & Moss, H. (2009). Hospital employee education and training (HEET) program: Addressing the shortage of employees through incumbent worker training.

Weinstein, M., Hess, J., & Modest, A. (2007). Assessment of opportunity and barriers in the use of lightweight building materials.

Weinstein, M., Hess, J., & Modest, A. (2007). Research to practice (r2p): Finding and recommendations to NISOH.

Weinstein, M., & Hess, J. (2006). Masonry practices in the United States: Current practices and opportunities to reduce musculoskeletal disease risks.

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